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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Another Honeymoon Suite: Knoxville, Tennessee

For another choice in a honeymoon suite, Knoxville, Tennessee should be at the top of the list. Situated alongside the wondrous Smoky Mountains, the setting for romance and celebration is thick in the air. And there is much to do outside of the honeymoon suite. Knoxville, Tennessee is close to historical landmarks as well as modern attractions that can sate any combination of interests and hobbies.

When beginning the hunt for a honeymoon suite, Knoxville may not spring immediately to mind, but it truly should. In close proximity to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Knoxville can be the home base for exploring all that Tennessee has to offer. If it's history that you enjoy as a couple, museums abound in the area--Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association, the Elvis Museum in Pigeon Forge, Knoxville Museum of Art, and Cooter's Place--a museum that is a tribute to the Dukes of Hazzard television show. Any taste and liking can be found in the hundreds of museum--pop culture and national history alike. If you're more into cars, the Muscle Care Museum and Star Cars Museum may peak your interest. Also as one of the most popular places is the Guinness Book of World Records Museum where you can see all of the weird feats that have garnered a place in Guinness history.

In selecting a honeymoon suite, Knoxville offers the luxury of resort living or the simplicity of a bed and breakfast room. Either way, you as a couple can find what you'll both enjoy for your special honeymoon trip. But if you're in the Smoky Mountains, you should really consider a day hike. With hundred of miles of trails, it's easy to get lost in the wilderness of Tennessee and its beauty. The Smoky Mountains are breathtaking in the morning when fog surrounds the peaks. Enjoying these moments of awe are the perfect complement to a honeymoon trip.

As you're deciding upon a honeymoon suite, Knoxville, Tennessee is a great place for natural beauty and activity in a quiet backcountry setting without sacrificing a little pop culture in the process.

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